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Fresh update on "vanderbilt" discussed on 1A
"Seems to have been the case with this young woman like she had. She was in the throes of this distressing emotion, but she hadn't been Bill for weeks or months leading up to that. Yeah. Uh, I think that's true. I think, um That's one of the things that makes it seem like, um Uh, obviously difficult thing to predict. I mean, in the piece, um, one of the people I spoke to was a suicide researcher. Vanderbilt University says that it's um Uh, you know, it's actually kind of hard to think of a more complex scientific problem in this one, um, are And I think that's one of the reasons why, right? I mean they're different categories of suicidal thinking. Um, they, you know they're different methods. Obviously, they they're different context for this, Um You know, one of the things that, um the discipline and the Isis and interdisciplinary study of suicidology has taught us is that There are these do seem to be these trends or statistical Clusters, but it's kind of difficult to extrapolate. Really coherent story from any of them. And and and that was interesting to me to, um, that the more we studied it, the more How do we collected on? It wasn't it wasn't clear to me that this was Um Leading to a place of Of like a more lucid understanding of the causes of this thing. In fact, it seemed like Some cases or at some times reporting. This it seems like the opposite was the case. I felt like I understood less tomorrow, The more I read It's just really alarming, right? The, um that it's more complex than we thought. The pandemic. I'm sorry. Please continue. Well, no, I mean to that point, too. I mean, one of the things that surprised me the most. That's an appears. To your point is that, um You know the fact that predicting suicide is difficult. It's not. I mean, that in itself is interesting. But the field is sort of known that for for about 50 years now, and and I mentioned this Pathology that, um, came out in the 19 seventies called the Prediction of suicide in which Despite the kind of authoritative title is really about the fact that the field doesn't know how to predict suicide, and they sort of acknowledge that they really they've. They've spent a lot of time on suicide prevention, which, when I talk about this article, X rated jar distinction between Suicide prevention, which is a very thriving Very important. Area of work and study and in this other field of suicide prediction, which, um, as much trickier and And then 50 years later, in 2016 and 17. I think there was a researcher at Harvard named Joe Franklin. Who did a was called a meta analysis. The last 50 years of research on the subject. And what he found was really surprising to to the entire discipline, which is that you know, they thought and he says it's himself. You know, we thought We had a pretty good idea of who is going to be at risk. We thought we knew where the risk factors were assumes That knowledge was even improving over time. You know, these are things that make sense to assume. And after having done this analysis in 2016, he And his team, which includes probably the most some of the most prestigious suicide researchers in the world. Like Matthew Nock, who runs the lab at Harvard, Uh, they concluded that they didn't really Have any kind of predictive capability. And then, um It was sort of. I think the quote was that it was sort of just slightly better than chance. And one of the researchers I talked to Colin Walsh. I just mentioned So that it was basically, um, we we weren't able to predict suicide with any more accuracy than a coin toss. Um, which that that's really what came as a shock to me that, um After having looked into this for 50 years, um Uh, The experts themselves. It were forced to sort of acknowledge and throw up their hands and say we We haven't really We're not sure what we've accomplished here, but we haven't accomplished this, You know. So it turns out the door. Folks did not send you one of their machines to test all the time. Why did you want to try it? I wanted to try it. Um Because I, you know, and I talk about this some in the piece. Um I've suicide is something that I've I've thought idly about at various points in my life and And which is not normal. Actually, you know, if you look at the numbers on this, it's very common actually to for people to kind of think about Suicide and the idea that, um That you might be capable of. This is, um Is and that someone might be able to tell you with some sort of certainty that they that they are capable of this or that you're likely to attempt this is is is a startling and jarring one and Something else to talk about the piece. I don't know if you want to get into it, but it's a subject that sort of Um Shattered my own life and a bit and and my Memories of childhood sort of, and then I had Number of really close friends who died by suicide. And so it's sort of eyes been something that's Been on my mind. Um, and in researching this piece, that sort of All kind of came back to me in a way, I guess, Um That, you know. Yeah, particularly if if if people who I was so close to and come from the same place as and you know, I'm not. Our milieu is the same. Let's say in our backgrounds and Um, cultural context are the same. Yeah. I was interested to know what it would say. Not that not to say that. I Trust the device or a put a lot of stock into it, But I didn't really understand it and wanted.
Pediatricians See COVID Cases Rising in Kids
"Rates are seeing growing numbers of Children requiring hospitalization for Covid 19 from member station WBUR PLN Blake Farmer reports. Some hospitals feeling the effects of the delta variant are starting to hit capacity limits in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the Children's hospitals treating more covid patients than ever same as two in Arkansas and Alabama. In Tennessee Infectious disease specialist re tube energy at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital says they're making more space for what's to come. I never would have predicted we'd see a surge like this again and that it would potentially be worse for Children. But Covid just continues to throw us curve balls. It's too early to know whether the Delta variant his more deadly for Children and pediatric deaths remain extremely rare for NPR news. I'm Blake Farmer in Nashville. Uber and
"vanderbilt" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"Have got this other side. And maybe they're tired of being typecast or detroit as one especially if it's quirky right i mean especially if it's like you said you can do a thing that most the average of the population can't can't do has never tried. Yeah i think. I think sometimes we wanna just surprise other people. Maybe even surprise ourselves. We just get you know. Life is too short In that same to why not. And there's just this empowering like you know when you learn that saver that champagne bottle. You're learning to whistle. I would love to do that. Whistle the way. And i think you instantly be higher of all as a As a as a gym teacher. 'cause like coach because that was all that would just it just feels Like a sense of renewal to me. You know you're not just this older person. Moving through live trudging through your comfort zone. Closed off the exits. You're kinda like stuck you're holding pattern Funny little sort of buzz phrases online that you know nothing nothing. Nothing grows in a key in your comfort zone. So they which i felt like is you know is true. That's that's where the growth comes. Speaking of words another word i like Which means novice neophyte And that actually means newly planted. And that's sort of the way i felt about all these these things i was starting that there were like little gardens and i was i was sort of tending them and they were. You know some some moving along better than others some. I forgot to visit for a while. The weeds had grown up But but it brought me delight to kind of revisit these things and see how much i'd come along since the last time and just to see all that growth i love that and i. I think you're so right to that as you get older. It certainly makes you feel younger to learn new things to discover things about yourself instead of feeling set in your ways and I on this podcast. Love to talk about neuro plasticity and the idea that we can actually change our brains and who we are and how we reacted things by being intentional.
"vanderbilt" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"A. h. terms and conditions apply. So you mentioned your daughter. And she was the impetus. I think for this latest book beginners. Which so i had This yogi on. Who is sort of a mogul bow in the yoga world justin stanley and she's known in part for kind of breaking down the barriers of expectation. For what you look like if you are someone who teaches in does yoga. She's a heavy set black woman. I should say fat because that's the word chooses for herself. She's a fat queer black woman who found herself surprised to learn that other people were surprised that she did yoga. She thought this is the thing that everybody should do. But she started in grad school. And in the podcast. She talked to me about the idea that she needed to. In the moment of taking this hot hot yoga class walking in there decide. Did i just pay thirty dollars to talk shit to myself for an hour about how much i suck or am. I just going to let myself try. And if i let myself try. And i suck and i fail. What's the worst that can happen. And how we don't do that later in life. And she and i got to talking about how we're also comfortable being proficient that failure no longer feels like an option then we just stopped trying new things. And that's when somebody from my twitter suggested your book and then Out so perhaps. They have a google alert on the name of the book. Very good on them and here we are. And i'm fascinated to talk to you about this concept because after that interview with jessica really started me thinking there's a. There's a nike ad. That's out right now. That as a bunch of kids trying sports and being bad at them and we so rarely glorify that instead we show the people who are the very best to have earned the sponsorships in our beating. Everybody and this nike ad sort of subverts. All of our expectations about what it is to try new to embrace the beginner stages and your daughter essentially having to learn all the things we learn in life is what is what inspired this real. Yeah absolutely. I mean she. She like most kids at age four. Let's say was still very much a beginner. Like a beginner life you that everything is new to her. And you know it's it's a wonderful time of just exploration and discovery so we were playing a game of checkers in a library and she saw this chessboard. She said well. That looks kind of relate. Cool like those little like knight figures and all the stuff and can we play that. I was like I don't actually know how So that was a very awkward moment for me Wonder what you know. Why did it never learn this this game. It's it's actually a little bit of intimidating game..
Why Skateboarding Is an Olympic Sport, but Cricket Isn't
"Skateboarding is one of six new ish. Sports added to the olympic lineup this year. Which has a lot of people wondering what does it take to be added and is some get taken away and sometimes return emily vanderbilt dug into these queries over at vox. She knows that these six new sports mark the biggest edition since nineteen twenty but also that so many events have been removed. The overall number of events has gone down from three hundred thirty nine to three hundred twenty nine. The six new sports consist of four actually new ones skateboarding surfing karate and sportclimbing as well as baseball and softball which were last featured as olympic sports. In two thousand eight and baseball and softball won't be returning in twenty twenty four in paris nor will karate although skateboarding surfing and sport climbing will all be there. And we'll be joined by break-dancing baseball and softball will be back at the twenty twenty eight games in los angeles however what's with all. The shuffling around prevent were a lot of it has to do with the international olympic. Committee's agenda twenty twenty which was adopted in twenty fourteen and part of its aim is to quote give individual host cities more control over which events are metal sports and quote so it makes sense that baseball fanatics japan would bring it back as would the us. And i can see how france wouldn't care as much break-dancing meanwhile makes sense for a continent super into street dancing and as vanderhoek notes while there's a lot of actual criteria for inclusion as a sport and you do need to have global appeal. It often helps if you a appeal. Particularly to the host nation in be are popular with the youths. According to her in. Vox the ioc has increasingly used the youth olympics. A perpetually beleaguered event for athletes between fourteen and eighteen years old as a way to try out events that might merit olympic inclusion break-dancing for instance will make its olympics debut in twenty twenty four after a successful trial run at the two thousand eighteen youth olympics in buenos aires.
Biggest Takeaways From 2021 SEC Football Media Day
"Things first. You obviously weren't sec. Media days we had a lot of coverage there some interesting comments whether the vanderbilt head coach or other other ones that may people chuck before we get an each team. What was kind of like your biggest takeaway Heading into the season while biggest takeaway happened day. One when greg sankey took the mike at the podium to to use that time which is incredibly valuable real estate where he typically gives a state of the conference address extols. The virtues of the conference talks about the greatness of the league and make no mistake. He did that but he also uses that as a moment to deliver messages and he delivered a message. Surprise me a little bit. Now keep in mind. I was at the college world series win. Nc state had cancel their game because of kobe protocol and get out of the tournament and that was a red flag to me. Because to be perfectly honest. I kind of feel like by that time. This was mid june. Most of us had from sports perspective had kind of moved on. We'd see teams have success in leagues have success putting events and so it was back of mind until poof this. This team gets kicked out and they would have a really good chance as an underdog going in winning the whole thing. So to that point. Greg sankey stands at the podium and he says listen. We've got a long way to go to meet the vaccination pressure within this league and the conference itself is putting out a mos- in commercials in encouraging people in saying that the sec backs the vaccine and keep in mind the footprint that the sec sits in that could be considered controversial by some of their trance so for him to come out and say that that was a giant red flag in my mind. Because i thought myself two things number one if there is still a threat of games being lost in the sec. He that's must be a reason why he's addressing this right and number two if the sec. With all of its resources in alabama messaging in all of its medical support is still in this situation. What does that say about other leagues. You know what does it say about the big twelve or the acc or the american or or going down to the sunbelt. And if it's a problem for the sec. I bet that it's probably a problem throughout college. Football and the concern is the vaccination rates have to get above a certain threshold so we can feel confident that the season can go on interrupted and when i say season i mean everybody. All one hundred twenty plus a lower division teams that will play division one teams. And i wasn't prepared for the severity of his comments in him. Using that valuable real estate time to focus on it.
"vanderbilt" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"You. Hey the club. Y'all go look at this lovely sage you see how far artico arsanov all right. Well come to the first sitter tang post pandemic no actually the second tank over. Because the first one we had was like one weekend before the shutdown. So you're actually at the second one ever so we very excited. We have a fabulous show tonight. Yes we have this rosyth card in the bill child is here. We have her of the cage and she's here to play out tonight. Yes we also have the very lovely misdeeds lap certainly not least we have thirteen bet. It's okay to say yes or no. I liked best. Welcomes the tape. Thank you all for being here by the house of alba. Welcome that is over there now. That's what i like to hear all right now now that we can't do sales going to get into the performance. You didn't our fleet prepared lubricated. Employing them out. This is the first time. Simone has been in dragged on stage in la fence..
"vanderbilt" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"You. Hey love the club. Y'all go look at this lovely sage you see how far artico arsanov all right. Well come to the first sitter tang post pandemic actually the second tank over because the first one we had was like one weekend before the shutdown. So you're actually at the second one ever so we very excited. We have a fabulous show tonight. Yes we have this rosyth card in the bill child is here. We have her of the cage and she's here to play out tonight. Yes we also have the very lovely misdeeds lap. It's certainly not least we have thirteen. Bet it's okay to say. Yes or no i liked. Best welcomes the tape. Thank you all for being here by the house of inaugural welcome income going back. That is over there now. That's what i like to hear all right now. Now that we can't do sales going to get into the performance our fleet prepared lubricated some out this is the first time simone has been in dragged onstage in la..
"vanderbilt" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"It's always pleasant and uplifting yes at precinct it really is an i love. Brian and i love matteo. He got to come with us to new york. It was really fun. Yeah like travers sagrada right. It's the sa- got it. Forgive me We did a my apologies for mispronouncing. Your name we just go with. Matteo is the easiest of but he was so much fun. Because we did a pool party on sunday and simone and performs but we got to host it and so matteo got to. Dj the last half of the whole party. Cool liquid lockout. Yes yes except for. I was in a lovely caftan and he did this. Mix of nine to five and megan and watching. The new york like uppity gays dance to nine to five was so fun to me. That's the best they barely was. That's really kind of like not the point or the message of house of avalon. But there's a certain aspect of house avalon where to my eyes anyway where it's like. These are great things and guess what you taking care of this curatorial aspect to it and there's like a factory sense to absolutely. Yeah which. I really admire and appreciate it. It's you know if we're not having fun. Then how is anyone else going to be able to. I mean we have to start the the vibe. We start the vibes as long as we're having a good time. Everybody else is going to have a good time. You know if you're doesn't look good. Our hair doesn't look it or whatever you know.
"vanderbilt" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"Time i was on the way back from a liquid lock in which is something that churches did in arkansas at a place called wild river country. Which is like a big waterpark. Hawaiian churches would all come together and they would rent it out from like ten to like four. Am wow yeah. And so all these youth groups from different churches would all be wild over country on the way back. We were on a big church van and my friend was playing it on the radio. And she played that and She played with more time and she played. What was j.lo's for song. If you had my love that those are the two songs that i remember hearing britney just took me to a whole new level and then like it was. She's my first cd. She was my first baby. When we're ties my first everything. wow now. how many times have you seen her in concert. I've only seen twice while my parents hated her really. My parents are like crazy religious. Okay and they are always. Were always telling me that. I was putting a used her as an idol in the false idols in front of god. Wow do like her more than jesus. She has catchier songs she was. She was everything she was like. The britney's like like making me feel okay about my sexuality at such like in my formative years were she was. She was at for me. she was at. She was my introduction medina I had no idea who. Madonna was until brittany until the kiss now. Not even the kiss it was brittany are madonna did a t shirt. She did want a brittany t shirts. Some of the promo pigs for the music album on okay and so. That's because of that. It was on the brittany site. Yeah and that's how. I found out who madonna was because i bought the music album. Which is i think my. It's what i keep saying. My favorite. And then i go away. I do love this other one. That album was the music. Music is one of my favorite albums to listen to. It's a skip album for me. It's great from start to finish right whereas confessions grape isaac. I love confessions spaghetti. Veterans is amazing. Confessions is her last great album for me. Personally i got. I listened to everything with you. But after i listen to music and i started like learning and researching madonna. Then i got the immaculate collection. And that's when madonna became such a huge deal for me. You must be true through there. Oh my god yes. And of course i mean. That's one of the greatest music documentaries ever. And i think my favorite scene might be warren. Beatty really camera is that i love that because it's so he's so pissed off role at its greenwich. So real right exactly. I mean there's so many moments in that. But that's the first thing when someone mentions warren. Beatty i mean and i love his filmography. That's the first thing. I think.
Listen Up: Biden Speaks Volumes in a Whisper to Make a Point
"President Biden has been using a different strategy to get his point across at certain moments he whispers trump White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany calls it peculiar and crazy I think it's time to give ordinary people a tax break it does look a little bit like and Saturday Night Live skit Vanessa Beasley is an associate professor of communications at Vanderbilt University you can see how frustrated he is or give the appearance of being frustrated right so that breaks the fourth wall if you will the presidency to see what our president really thinks president Biden moves in toward the microphone talks about issues like financial help for families one point two million dollars released so far please leave says usually raising the volume gets the message across it sort of sets everybody back a little bit when you see someone going in a different direction and reducing their body on his talk show Stephen Cole bear said the Biden whispers are a little creepy at Donahue Washington
Pfizer to Seek OK for 3rd Vaccine Dose; Shots Still Protect
"An official with drug maker Pfizer says the company will ask federal regulators next month to approve the administration of a third dose of its covert vaccine Fizer says early data suggests that if people receive a third dose of its vaccination there antibody levels will jump five to ten times higher than what they had with the second dose chief scientific officer Dr Mikhail Dalston says that could also help neutralize the delta variant but even if the FDA approves of third Kobe does that doesn't mean people will get boosters a vaccine expert at Vanderbilt University Dr William Schaffner says public health officials might prioritize getting protection to those who haven't gotten any shots he says the current two duo system has been effective for keeping people out of the hospital and tamping down on the variance I'm Jackie Quinn
5Mississippi State Blows Out Vanderbilt to Win First National Championship
"The first team title in any sport in school history. Mississippi State. Knocks off the defending national champion Vanderbilt Commodores nine to nothing. With the fifth combined one hitter in CWS history to claim the crown. Fans that are trying to run out of the
Mississippi State Beats Vandy 13–2 To Send CWS Finals to Game 3
"Vanderbilt pitchers issued eight walks in the first four innings in Mississippi state took advantage of his thirteen to to win Mississippi state second baseman Scott to rule who drove in four runs is in his only season with the Bulldogs as a graduate transfer this is one of the greatest decisions I've ever made and I I just really appreciate appreciate the coaching staff and fans for welcoming me here two freshmen pitchers for Vanderbilt starter Christian little and Patrick Riley who relieved him each issued four walks it allowed the Bulldogs to build a six one lead after four I'm Greg Echlin
Vanderbilt AD Condemns 'Unacceptable' Racist Slurs Directed Toward Parents at CWS
"Was the athletic director at vanderbilt candice story lee when she issued a public statement which we shared with you earlier which brought this to light for. The first time. Clinton had tweeted something. But there's a big difference between a reporter tweeting something in the athletic director of the university in question making a public statement so i. I don't know the answer to this. But i'm assuming is not a very very good thing. I have spoken to john cone of mississippi state and the statement that kansas issued is this. I am deeply troubled that some of our student athlete. Parents were subjected to racist slurs. During last night's game this is. This is absolutely unacceptable and disgraceful behavior and such hateful. Language has no place anywhere in our society to the family members who were impacted. Please know that you have my full support. So i was taught as a young journalist never to to make assumptions. Let me finish with john cone statement. We joined vanderbilt in declaring such behaviour unacceptable and indirect conflict with evaluating both institutions and our fan base. The college world series serves as a celebration of the entire sport of college. Baseball highly inappropriate advancements must neither be tolerated allowed to detract from the on the field accomplishments of the student athletes and their teams who have earned the right to participate on this national stage.
Big 1st Inning Sends Vandy Past MSU 8-2 in CWS Finals Opener
"Vanderbilt scored seven runs in the first inning to take command and it's a two win over Mississippi state Jack lighter the son of former major league pitcher al Leiter got the win I've learned a lot from my dad and he pitched in a lot of big games and I think that advice is kind of kind of help along because the main thing in any big game is not making it bigger than it is lighter surrendered a solo Homer in the first two Cameron James to put Vandy in the whole early but recovered to go six innings and struck out eight Vandy is hoping for back to back national championships after winning it in two thousand nineteen last year it was called off because of cove it I'm Greg Echlin
Shorthanded NC State Falls to Vanderbilt, 3-1; Rubber Match Set for Saturday
"Tomorrow. Well, I get to that If I'm M C state NC State's got to be going Oh Lord because they've lost players to covid protocol. Apparently they've lost one player and it's unclear If it was from out and out, he asked co. But he's not with the team anymore. If it is just that might seem like he might have quit or is, Yeah, some some disciplinary action there. But what do you say They had 13 players available players available and I would not imagine that a lot of them are going to be available tomorrow. You know, 24 hours later that that situation will change. So that's what's going on just just yesterday. Inches. How things change. Vanderbilt was down to their last
CWS 2021: Vanderbilt's Improbable Comeback vs. Stanford
"Vanderbilt, down for nothing, cut the lead to 42 in the fourth, then later trailed 52 then trailing 54 got to in the bottom of the ninth and knocked off Stanford. 65. Stanford now joins Tennessee and Arizona as teams that are out. Another team will be eliminated tonight.
Kylie Jenner's $500G donation helps launch lounge for teen cancer patients
"So kylie jenner is doing something really cool. She donated five hundred thousand dollars for a lounge for teen cancer patients at children's hospital at vanderbilt. She funded the hey. I'm here for you teen lounge in honor of her friend harry hudson. He's a singer songwriter. Who got diagnosed with hodgkin's lymphoma in two thousand seventeen and his texas. This tennessee facility offers whole bunch of activities for young cancer. Patients including game and movie room rumored meditation room and more. So it's nice that she's doing something like that
"vanderbilt" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Mike yesterday professor paul taylor who philosophy at vanderbilt university professor taylor focus on philosophy of freeze. Paul thank you very much. I'm glad to bigger. Yeah thanks for doing this. Eyesight wanted to start with one of your as a taking post racialism cd's from movement mythology to racial formation. You said this essay considers the prospects for station lists discourse You say could extend to take a tent. Knocked to take seriously enough. The strongest case that can be made for view in contemporary. Us politics to the post. Racial leads Before we start for What exactly is post racialism..
"A dose of her own medicine": Dolly Parton gets COVID vaccine
"Dolly Parton got her first dose of the maternal vaccine yesterday at the Vanderbilt Medical Center, as she posted Dolly gets a dose of her own medicine. Now, if you recall Dolly Parton donated $1 million last year to Corona virus research, which was used to fund modern, it's vaccine. Why did Dolly wait so long to get the vaccine even though she had donated the money and everything you would think she would be in the front of the line, but no, Dolly said she wanted to wait her turn and not just jump in line because she donated the money, okay? You hear that R. Kelly? He's in
Biden mourns 500,000 U.S. COVID-19 deaths, balancing nation's grief and hope
"Bells at the National Cathedral in the nation's capital tolling 500 times this evening in memory of the more than 500,000 Americans who have died of covert 19 since the start of the pandemic. CBS News Special Report President Biden has addressed the nation as the U. S. Covert 19 death toll tops 500,000 here. People described his ordinary Americans. There's no such thing. Nothing ordinary about him. People we lost were extraordinary. They spanned generations. Mr. Biden, taking on the role of consoler in chief asked the nation to remember those who have fallen victim of covert 19. We have to resist becoming numb to the sorrow. Have to resist doing each life is this just as a statistic? Vanderbilt University Dr William Schaffner think. Indeed, a majority of the deaths could have been prevented if we had had he sustained science and public health based National policy. At the end of his speech, Mr Biden said, this nation will smile again. There will be sunny days and he said there will be joy
Shackelford's 27 helps No. 8 Alabama hold off Vandy, 82-78
"Jaden Shackelford scored a season high twenty seven points and eighth ranked Alabama moved a step closer to an SEC regular season title by downing Vanderbilt eighty two seventy eight divine Quinerly made a late three pointer and a clinching free throws with two seconds left Quinerly finished with fifteen points for the Crimson Tide who made just ten of thirty nine three point attempts and still improved to thirteen and five overall the tighter thirteen and one and one win away from clinching at least a share of their first regular season title in nineteen years Scotty Pippin junior scored twenty four points to make twelve of fourteen free throws for the Commodores I'm Dave very
Anti-Racist Science Education
"All right today in the show. We're unsmiling what's not working in science education around representation and racism and how to teach science in a more inclusive way and idea from listener and scientists esther kunle yes so thanks to esther. We went looking for k. Through twelve teachers teaching at the intersection of science and racial justice at all grade levels. And i want to start with. Let me see a fears. She's a post doctoral fellow in the collaborative for stem education. And outreach vanderbilt okay. She's a black scientist. Helping out in science classrooms in tennessee. Among fifth graders at this one particular school she is a total rockstar to walk into a classroom. And they'll be like dr. Yeah it's me. It's me everyone you know know autographs thing. We lit up each others world. Our saying that let me see a drops into fifth seventh and eighth. Grade science classrooms like a real life. Miss frizzle okay. I'm not kidding. You she wheels the cart between classes clattering with beakers and different very interesting looking chemicals and students. They're so intrigued. They run up to her on our like number my wife just all that stuff and then when she's in the classroom let me see a doesn't just help them run experiments. She'll also delve into the ethics of designing an experiment. Okay she'll talk about how wrong. The tuskegee study was which is win. Scientists studied syphilis in black men and withheld treatment. Sushi's like introducing bioethics to kids as important part of the curriculum. Yup scientists are presented as very human herself included and her students can totally handle these conversations. We see what's happening with this generation with them protests. And they're speaking out and they're not having it they're not gonna they're not going to allow us to continue to destroy her and her point is that if science teachers can tap into that compassion and that curiosity and show the way that scientists have messed up. Kids might take up an interest in science. I love it and if we can't do that then we are gonna lose on. And i think it's hard were minority kids. They already don't see themselves as the teacher or the prisoners doing the science so that already kind of puts up a block of well. That's just what the old white main with crazy hairdo and so another thing. Let me see a does is named drop scientists of color as often as possible. She'll talk about astrophysicist. Did eisler medical physicist hadean ecole green astronauts. Joseph akaba and jeanette epps. She designed paper rocket lesson around them and this helps kids develop a mental picture of a career in stem beyond a doctor or a dentist. This is so cool because it's not just about teaching science history right. It's also helping. Students see themselves as scientists and for gretchen craig. Turner the next teacher. I want to introduce you to this. Level of engagement becomes even more important as students get older and start to get into their teenage years and develop their own opinions their own opinions about science. Yeah to be critical of it. Oh yeah that was not in my k. through twelve science education hers either. I don't remember a lot of writing or Opinions being part of science in fact it was very much i believe taught. The opinions didn't belong in science right that it was supposed to be a
Charting of the Human Genome, 20 Years Later
"We're talking about challenges for genetic research. 20 years after the first draft of the human genome was published with my guests, Dina Zelinsky, a bio infirm, a Titian with the Paris transplant group. And elite scientists for civil tech and crystal, soc and indigenous geneticist bioethicist with Vanderbilt University and the Native Bio Data Consortium Crystal I introduced you as a co founder of the Native Bio Data Consortium. Which gets to an issue we've talked about in different ways on this program in the past indigenous sovereignty over genetic data, please remind us how big an issue this is. Yeah. So when we talk about precision, medicine and health were always promising that the next advantages and innovations will be conferred to those individuals that contribute the genomic information. The pandemic has shown that preventive healthcare and structural barriers to access to health care probably highlighted more about health disparities than this UN pronounced supposed to future advantages of healthcare. Indigenous peoples have You know, willingly or unwillingly contributed their didna for the supposed betterment of humankind Need I remind everybody what happened after the completion of the Human Genome Project. We had the completion of large scale diversity projects such as the Human Genome Diversity Project and 1000 genomes project, which were denounced by over 600 plus indigenous nations worldwide that went to United Nations because they were concerned. About privatization and commercialization and exploitation of indigenous genomes and what has happened to those biomarkers collected from indigenous peoples from Central South America. Those bio markers are now freely and openly accessible to companies such as ancestry, Didna and 23 Me ancestry. Edna has hosted revenues over a billion dollars every holiday quarter since 2017 so we always have to ask yourselves. What exactly are the protections? Really? This data privacy and commercialization. The rate of technology outpaces our regulations, these new technologies and while we think that these protections are conferred by laws, which is the genetic Information nondiscrimination Act Last change. Companies are bought and sold. So we have to ask yourself what's the commercial value? The data that we're being asked to freely give away and how can we look to communities and empower communities to self directed decisions that are being made using their data? Dina, you contributed your data, and you gave it away freely. Do you not feel the same kind of threat here that exist? Not quite in the same way. No individuals of European ancestry make up the vast majority of genetic studies, and that's really problematic because they only make up 6% of the population. And I, I completely understand the threats to underrepresented populations. We should be sequencing these underrepresented populations, but we should be sequencing them with the idea of Making genomics research more equitable of giving back to these communities, not just taking from them. That being said, I can't even explain how useful data like that from the 1000 genomes project has been. I've used it in most of my projects. I have whole human genomes at the tip of my fingers. When I'm accessing this data, as well as other scientists, I think We generally have good intentions, so I currently use it in a study to better understand Parkinson's disease. That being said. I think in many cases, a lot of this data has restricted or limited access for researchers versus commercial entities. I agree here that we we really should limit what industry can or cannot do with with our data. Krystal. You mentioned preventive care and the pandemic. The human Genome Project. I remember promised to tell us everything about her genome. Doesn't this sort of tell people Hey, we know everything about you now and ignore the nurture part of the nature nurture debate. What I can tell you as a geneticist. My first skepticism and what I always tell tribal leaders is that genetic data is just the easiest type of data to collect. But genetic data does not. Predict as much about disease risk than we think. Other things such as access to care, cultural factors, colonial factors relating to help probably contribute more to the health differences and outcomes than actual genetics itself. Things like diet environment and lifestyle are things that we should be looking at. And definitely socioeconomic status by factors. But these are the hardest bits of data to collect. And so we really can't build truly robust models without looking at these other factors related to health. So looking at genetics and biological factors is sometimes a little bit of a cop out. You don't necessarily properly convey the limitations of genetics and biological research to the lay
A Third COVID Vaccine is Poised to Enter the U.S. Market
"From wondering. I'm david brown. And this is business. Wars daily on this tuesday february night twenty. Three million americans have already rolled up their sleeves to receive at least the initial dose of either the pfizer vaccine or the moderna vaccine designed to prevent covid nineteen. Well now a third vaccine is on track to enter the us market. Johnson and johnson's corona virus vaccine just wrapped up a long-awaited trial and hopes to clear. Fda authorization by the middle of this month. The lure of johnson and johnson's vaccine is that unlike modera advisor it can be delivered in one shot that make distribution simpler with no need to follow up with a second dose. It's also relatively inexpensive compared to the others and while moderna advisors vaccines have to be stored at just the right temperature. Well below freezing. Johnson and johnson's doesn't have those stringent requirements for storage. It can stay viable in just a refrigerator for around three months. That means the vaccine will play a big role globally because it's easier to distribute to low and middle income countries. According to the new york times but the results of johnson and johnson's trial were a bit disappointing. At least at first glance trial results indicated that it was seventy two percent effective at preventing moderate to severe symptoms of covid in the us. That number is sufficiently lower than modern and pfizer's overall efficiency rates of around ninety four percent and johnson and johnson's rate drops to sixty six percent in latin american countries and to fifty seven percent in south africa which is dealing with a variant strain of the virus. But don't let those lower numbers food you scientists and immunologists say that johnson and johnson's vaccine is still extremely effective and researchers have warned that you shouldn't compare the effectiveness of the three vaccines because they were all developed and tested at different periods of kovic evolution. Dr william shafter an infectious disease expert at vanderbilt told the new york times that pfizer and moderna had an advantage because those companies did their clinical trials before the variant strains emerged. He said quote. Johnson and johnson was testing. Its vaccine not only against the standard strain but they had the variants now in a perfect world. Consumers might get a choice of which of these vaccines they'd like to receive but that would only be possible if there were enough doses of all three and right now. That's just not the case in early january. The new york times reported that the us only had one hundred eighty five million doses of pfizer and moderna vaccines to cover americans through june and at the same time doses that were produced quickly now risk expiring before they can get into the arms of those who need them. Johnson and johnson says that if they're vaccine is approved they can produce around one hundred million doses of their
"vanderbilt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Whole team. They're missing players and cova but as you know in high school sports you get either play. You're out there. There's no do overs well again. Like i say. I appreciate you taking my call. Great show Hopefully next fall. We won't have this kind of discussion. I don't think any of those whether on your side of or on this side. I don't think any of us want want to go through this again now. I agree my friend thanks again. I'm hearing from you tomorrow. The defeat at work and enjoy the rest of your day graduations on your career in high school athletics. Joe is up next in florida. Hey joe you're on the air asia go right ahead. Hey paul i love your show. Thank you quick question in light of the georgia vanderbilt cancelation or postponement. You think there's any possibility that kentucky south carolina game could be moved up earlier in the day. It makes very much sense to do that. Yeah that game right now is in prime time and there is now that afternoon slot. I mean i lived in lexington a long time and i can tell you. Saturdays in december are not just miserable and it makes so much. No hey i will tell you. I have done many alive show outside in in lexington in november and someone who hates it when it goes below.
"vanderbilt" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast
"And the next race that we're going to get to is the great one. Alfred Vanderbilt I mentioned at the top of the show that ACACIA courtney will be coming on the show tomorrow recording this on Wednesday, so if you want our full analysis on that rate, or at least my full analysis on the race Can Jeff definitely encourage you to check that out very happy that ACACIA GONNA. Come on and talk about that with us, but you know looking at this. It's a very interesting group. It's only five horses, but you would think is a little bit disappointing and I mean honestly it is you know you look at this these are. For the five force in this race are really intriguing. You know you've got the the horse volatile. WHO's coming into this race off? He's never ran integrated steak before. He's looked really good at the allowance. And he last out when the aristocracy stakes by eight lengths That was a listed race at Churchill, and then you've got. got forensic firing more to veterans frenzy fire. Obviously, they're still every racial going around. There's going to be the question. Question marks of you know he the past that he's had with him. He showed you could win, but you know the question is. Can he win against forces like this? Whitmore has one agreed. One at Saratoga is worth mentioning back in two, thousand, seven, two, thousand, eighteen. You WanNa Forego, and he does have two consecutive wins including the Grade Three Count Fleet at Oaklawn, but you know he's a really really good horse at Oakland, and then you. You know he leaves something to be desired at some tracks, and he runs really well at other so it whitmore's really weird consistency wise, and then mind controls another horse. It is really weird, consistency wise, but you look at him. Is Grade one winner two and three? Both of those races were at Saratoga the hopeful any Allen Jerkins, but those were going seven for a long shot. And you know this is six zero even though he has won. Won excuse me at six furlongs, so he. You know you could look at him. In this race be intrigued with heavy is very good at Saratoga in his career, but you know the consistency has not been there at some points, hell run really well in these races, and he'll run six race like the Carter last out, or you know, but the fact that he is running at Saratoga, and I am very encouraged by him, but. Ultimately I will save my picks for this, but I just wanted to go through them and talk about how weird of a race that this is and I will give Eric the opportunity to go a little bit more in depth on than was able to..
"vanderbilt" Discussed on The Woj Pod
"Into Jerry Stackhouse to head coach at Vanderbilt and former NBA. All Star eighteen years in the league stack. How are you today in in Nashville? I'm going well. We'll always respect. You guys have myung destroying. Stay safe practicing the social distancing them religious. Just an home really. Yeah I'm curious stack. You finished your first year at Vandy and NBA players. Now are you know they scatter they keep in contact with their team? But they're not necessarily leading on their head coach for a lot of direction and guidance during that during the pandemic and the uncertainty and having to leave campus. What's it like for you at the College Level And maybe the way those young guys really are looking to you to give them some direction right now man. It really awesome like unique and challenging times for for everyone you know. Daily lives really been interrupted in ways that we never seen. So it's like now we're Those guys don't really know what to do. You had to just you know. Send them home this rushing to get them out of here getting them to to their loved ones Say Back with their families and now it's like okay. We can send you a couple of workouts. We still WANNA try to maintain some semblance of trying to improve and get better as as a basketball lead as an athlete. But it's just right. Now we're just a hands are tied. Wha- what has been your message to your guys right now Most of them I. I'm sure are finishing the spring semester at home Like you said you. Can't you know even in the NBA? They can send guys equipment and workout equipment at some of those things in their shipping. At the guys. I don't think you guys can do that kind of thing. Let what's been your message to to your guys during this time where our message was just to kind of continue the trend that we had to indices is. We had a tough season for Adversity that would injuries in different things. But I think we really started to trend and got better towards the end of season and just make sure that we keep keep that as continued to work at home work on your body's no you may be in a lot of our kids do have access to where they may be have accord or have a gym. They could go and shoot and just just to continue that progression of getting better. Because I think that's the that's the key for what we wanted to. We have to be from within. I don't know how many against a four star athletes but the five star athletes in the have a three point better. Gpa In scored over a thousand on the sat in their few out but not as many as a they are that. That don't have it so we have to try to build within Message for our guys. Continue to get better. Yeah I would not have take away the basketball lack of basketball ability. I would not have been able to be recruited by Vanderbilt. You just you just laid out those academic parameters that I would not have met maybe maybe I don't even think I had a thousand on the. Sat Sec so more will got our stack this Dino Stack. I had I took the. Sat's twice. I did worse on the second time and I said I'm not taking this thing a third time. Go down again. You're not supposed to let you go down. Man You throw these disfavor yet again. I I don't think you know that half the I was more confused. I was more confused on the math. The second time But I went to the Vanderbilt of South West New York State Saint Bonaventure so they found out. Found place for me Haystack when you think about you leave. Carolina it ninety five to go to the NBA get drafted third overall. How different when you think. About being recruited in Kingston North Carolina. In what recruiting was like. Then what college basketball was like. Then how different of a world is it that you walk back into a year ago when you took advantage of it is it is completely different to a certain extent Thankful for me like I said growing up in Kensington and that they just became bombarded all the college coaches because I was one of the top players coming out in the country at that point so I still hear from everybody and then I went to Okayo for my senior year so in that was I think that had a little bit more resemblance of what it is now for top kids because they traveling all around the country planners of the top tournaments playing against some top competitions So I did have a little bit of a look into that but the social media and everything that that exist now so many platforms for guys to To to to have exposure to to see what they're doing I mean I think they may have been a chance of some guys being overlooked Back during that time but now so many platforms for guys to to get themselves out there. I just don't think as many kids fall through the cracks as maybe they did a little further back door during those early ninety days. How would have dean? Smith handled like players commenting on their playing time at Carolina on twitter and instagram. How I would've coach Smith how receptive to that idea Mana I I can. I can only imagine that you know he. He was a master sarcasm so it was Here right man. You think you name more plan. I've been watching the film and I think you probably need to work a little harder. I see that that wouldn't have went. Well what do you remember about him coming into your house? A Kid North Carolina who I think for people now who don't remember I mean Dean was bigger than life and and and it and it's funny when I say Dean. You Know Twenty Michael Coren who obviously played before you Carolina. Never forget this and whenever I better on Carolina guys who work in the NBA Number one I remember Would Michael Corn was with nets and I may. I said I said Dean to him and he just looked at me and said it's coach Smith Ride and the other one that I always remember. What Carolina Guises? We'd be at some scouting event and You Know Mitch Cub check would come up to say hello to some front office. Guy Worked in Carolina and the guy would jump up to his feet and shake his hand because at UNC. That's what Dean Smith taught you guys wouldn't want an alum comes up to you or a guy who played here. Who went year that you stand up and shake his hand? You greet them and it's funny to see thirty years later for some of these guys. They still follow sort of these guidelines. He put in place When they were kids. I think it's about you know how. Arken respect in earning your place and I think one of the toughest things that you can never go through as being a freshman at North Carolina the Dean air there was a assess kind of breaking you down no matter how good you are number. One player You know myself or she while it didn't matter Eric Montross Everybody coming in here. You'RE GONNA you're gonNA take the bags you're going to do all the lowly things that you know upperclassmen in don't have to do and I think is an we took that it's PRI- wouldn't take it as really a hazing or anything it's like you know Michael Jordan Carried this case James Worthy. You know did the same things and they were able to accomplish. Great things at the next level where we were all spiring go so I think mass standpoint we we took it as a badge of honor. Even though it may seem like you was Sometimes personal sometimes In a tough sometimes hard but we knew what once we were able to get through that that first years of Sometimes it really the first half of the year because you know at the end of the day coach smart now he wanted to win so even though we may not have played as much as we might want it to the beginning of that that freshman year when it came time to win games around. Acc Tournament and going into the SEC tournaments. He put the best group out there in in a lot of times. We reported at group Stack. You had there was like every few years somebody would come around. Who was physically similar to Michael Jordan? Stature you are about the same height You're a wing player Vince. Carter had this. You had this. I think others who didn't go to Carolina would be anointed with this. Here's the next Jordan. This is the next Jordan you. You're the top high school player in the country. All those things. Do you remember hearing that around you when you came in at. You're sort of that next. Vince then came after you hear it about him. People are always looking for the next NJ and every so often when you guys would get annoyed that what what you remember about sort of hearing that. When you're coming into college I thought it was. It was super flattering. For me right I mean I think not only just coming into college but you know that next Jordan going into the pros as well you know and it was just like you. It was flattering. That people could see what aspects of my game immoral or potential in my game to in to fill the doctor be in the same sentence with the Michael Jordan. Also I think from that point it was gratifying and then from one on the other half of it is like these people norm Powell fort that I never played him my life even at North Carolina power for both bogere starting at the four. Who was Jack McGinnis Dante Dante Labor hours. A foreign Russia was a five so I stepped when I got drafted number three by Philadelphia. I never played guard before my life. I mean I could have the ball to the basket so in my mind. I knew that it was. I had a long way to go to even become a guard at the at the next level in Nevada. My Games predicated to plan with the ball in my bag to the basket up until that point but because of my first step you know people just assume that I was I was a wing but so I I had to work those first years as a pro just to understand the nuances that might the Jordan or Kobe. Bryant or Those guys have been guards. All of their life of they grew up handling the Baugh was remember playing in a back when our guy drafted Philadelphia. John Lucas would have Kobe Bryant. He would come over and and different things and this kid was just like unbelievable just his ball handling ability because he grew up in Malate Michael Jordan. But ball hailing for for me. It was just a different world. Learn how to chase off screens. I was killed my first year. Coming off of pinned Different things just because I hadn't done even done a lot of that North Carolina it was. It was three quarter guys. I was fronting.
"vanderbilt" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"To vanderbilt that is of course the only sport that they ever win anything in so good for them our friends at buffalo owing added scurry out and scurry back in felt like maybe i was not being as gracious as i should but i had to come back on air our friends at buffalo wild wings have dropped off today's delectable treats they're being open now to see what flavors they are but when you don't care as much about what we're eating as what you could eat so later on in the hour you will have a chance to win thirty boneless wings too at buffalo wild wings Dow, it's coming up later this hour parmesan garlic. What am I fades? And mystery flavor. Ooh. Cheesecake bites. like i said you don't care about what we're going to eat i'm happy about it but you can win buffalo wild wings coming up a little bit later this hour two eight six zero four six that is the text line if you would like to jump aboard and way in good talk in the first hour of course the big story locally today is that president trump has issued a memorandum that would allow service academy athletes to defer their military sent key points they said sorry sorry military commitment there's a lot going on in the studio right now i'm a little distracted their military commitment to pursue a professional sports career and i am absolutely on board with that idea and president trump said as much in his memorandum these men and women only have a finite amount of time to pursue a professional sports career they have decades upon decades to serve in the military and it's just a matter of practicality to allow them to defer their military commitment It's not telling them that they get out of it. Just they don't have to go in immediately. Now who made up the rule immediately? like do i get a day off or go right in but i think that president trump made the right call here and i do think that air force along with navy and army will reap some sort of of benefit from this because now if you are among the most exceptional athletes and you feel like your life alternately will have a higher calling then you can go to these military academies and you can have the career that you will always want it and isn't that what institutions of higher learning military kademi or otherwise are meant for to be able to put you in a position to pursue the career if you went to c._c. and we're business major could you not go try to make it big in a band for a few months for a year or so before you get into business i mean that's my that's my biggest thing is who says you have to go in immediately why is that a thing you know not everyone is as fortunate as other people are when it comes to being immediately placed in their career of choosing some people have to go round yes the air force academy provides that for graduates and that's great but just because you go to school for something that is your oltman goal doesn't mean you shouldn't be allowed to explore other avenues and we're not talking like you get this deferment so you can you know wander around going to open try outs we're talking about like tucker bone in griffin jacks and all these guys are drafted straight into the league and that's and that's the thing is we're gonna have to wait and see what the conditions are if the if the pentagon and the dod approved what are the conditions because like the obama administration was you have to be on a roster you have to make the roster like jalen robina he got drafted you would have had to make the fifty three man in order to defer his service right is that same thing going to be in this one or is it going to be a little bit different where it's like yeah you can you know you can make you know go to try outs you know we have to wait and see exactly what these conditions are going to be yeah i think so because i do think even though it wouldn't be the worst thing in the world for somebody who because not everyone is majoring in air force right like some people there are people that are in there majoring in in in management that are majoring in quantum mechanics or whatever there's air force offers a lot of majors that other institutions do so to me it's not the worst thing in the world if somebody says wide really liked to start a business right out of college i don't think it's the worst thing in the world but i but i do think when it comes to the professional sports there has to be there has to be something in place you can't just declare yourself And that's what the what was it, the elite athlete program, the high performance, whatever they called it that was, what that was for? We're going to determine. Whether you qualify for this, which would allow you to defer. So there's. wiz is right you're going there's going to have to be something in place in order to keep people who just feel like trying out sports and it's like well no and it's being is going to be when it comes to hockey and baseball like the you know you have to be a certain level if you're if you're going to your service like if you're going to the rocky mount vibes can you defer your service where we see karate right ready is at the believe at the same level he's in rookie ball i don't think he went too low a. right off the bat so there's already something that exists with the air force that allows it i know i'm not sure army and navy have the same thing maybe they do maybe they don't but we're in colorado springs i don't care about what they're doing i care about what air force is doing exactly so it exists but now it's now it's The law of the land, you know, is what Donald Trump. class athlete program you have tried to get into and then that's when nick ready had to go having to go through i think he's still trying to go through that right i don't think he's officially been deferred yet yeah tucker bone was place for the switchback going through the same thing but now he signed with the switch backs has contract in place in that should So yeah keep him with the switch backs and allow him to defer believe. So I. i think this is i think this is a good thing and this is what institutions of higher learning are supposed to do i know it's different i know it's not the same as going to cow berkeley or see you or whatever but still at the end of the day it's an institution of higher learning is to get these young men and women ready for their career chosen career path and if it's more practical for them to pursue the sports side before the military side than i have no problem with it our poll question today is that as well basically do you agree with the memorandum that president trump has sent out and we'll see how the military response to their commander in chief because The they over Obama administration put something in place like this, like, we'll said and the military overturned it. Yeah, so DOD it wasn't Trump. the dod came out and the dod the dod said no yes so that's true but for me one thing i would like to see in there is that you have to help with recruiting during your off time i all i and that's what i wanna see that in there and we got there was a tweet earlier that i saw and i will correctly attributed to the right person here momentarily but just while it's top of mind and my response to because he was talking about some kind of reservists stat it or whatever and i and i'm not going to pretend that i understand everything with the military mo my bottom line is to your point whatever they can do to help out the military branch of military while still making sports the priority that's my thing they need to make sports their priority in order to have a real chance at playing in the n._f._l. major league baseball the olympics whatever they need to make their sport their job that is what they do but if they can help out a cruising office on the weekend or i don't know whatever that looks like that's fine but that has to be that that's the argument that we're having here because there are guys who you know are on like reserve reserve retired retire reserve military list or whatever chris guilty whose strength coach with the packers now he was on that list for while i believe ben garland was to the broncos yet i just want these people to be able to make to put the military side on the back burner while they pursue it if there's a way that they can help out then that's great and i'm and i think that there's a lot of hours in the day and you can help out but the Way that it is mostly in place. Now is not really. disposes the side gig and he can't be it can't be we cover professional athletes it's not their side gig you have to let your life be consumed by it and if you can find some time or if the military can kind of help you volunteer whatever then that's great but sports has to be the priority for these young men and women or they're not giving themselves a legitimate shot of achieving their dream or following that career two eight six zero four six we'll continue take your thoughts on president trump's memorandum and like i said i gotta talk a little bit about this m._l._b. all-star election day did you vote in it and do you like it better wheels and i both voted but we have yet to say if we like it better than the old way will discuss that next.
"vanderbilt" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"John Berman here infrared Hurson and here for reason. Anderson lost his mother Gloria Vanderbilt this morning, so we begin tonight by honoring her with a beautiful story. So tenderly told by Anderson about a remarkable woman, we feel his loss, very deeply here, but anyone who had the chance to see them together knows how lucky he is to have the memories he has and to be the best part of the story, he was kind enough. So kind enough to leave us tonight. Vanderbilt, my mom lived her entire life in the public eye. Born in one thousand nine hundred thousand four her father Reginald Vanderbilt was aired of their Vanderbilt railroad fortune, but gambled away, most of his inheritance and died when my mom was just a baby. Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt. Her mother wasn't ready to be a mom or a widow. My mom grew up in France. Not knowing anything, about the Vanderbilt family or the money that she would inherit when she turned twenty one she had no idea, the trouble that money would create. Florian herself by the curious crowd. She flees doorknobs car, money is never when she was ten her father's sister, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney sued to have my mom taken away from her own mother was a custody battle the likes of which the world had never seen was called the trial of the century, and it took place during the height of the depression, making headlines every day for months. The court awarded custody of my mom to her aunt, Gertrude, whom she barely knew. The.
"vanderbilt" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion
"If you're going to build something from nothing, you've got to know what really works. I took a thousand dollar loan built a five billion dollar business. And now, I make smart investments new businesses on shark tank. I'm Barbara Corcoran. Now. I'm sharing my secrets on my podcast called business unusual. You might think that looking at someone's resume and asking them a lot of questions are the key to finding the right person for a position a dead wrong. Follow business unusual on iheartradio or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Over seven billion people in the world. We all have one thing in common every day. We all get dressed welcome to trust the history of fashion, the podcasts were we explore. The who what? When of why we wear we are fashion historians and your host, April Callaghan and Cassidy Zachary, so April, I'm curious when you think of a house party, what comes to mind. Well, I think that when lead me back to the good old days of college. You know way too many people crowded into your friends like crappy rundown house. There's definitely a kick somewhere. Everyone is smoking. So when you wake up you in the next morning your hair, smells, like smoke. And usually at the end of the night, you're searching for your bag, perhaps a little intoxicated under everyones giant pile of coats. So that's my concept of. Yeah. And being from New Mexico, my house party standards are quite relaxed as well. So if somebody invites me to house party today, I would show up about an hour late, and I'd probably be casually dressed nicely but casually dressed, and they bring a bottle of wine or flowers, but such was not the case in the area of Georgia and Edith Vanderbilt whose hospitality and week long house parties at their mercy in Asheville North Carolina where it renowned anyone who has seen downton abbey knows that house parties for affluent families at the turn of the twentieth century. We're no small affair and the vanderbilts for absolutely no exception. No, they were not. In fact, they probably set the standard for the period in America because George Vanderbilt's majestic two hundred and fifty room French renaissance. Shinto inspired home is the closest we will get to a castle in America. But more has been the home of many fantastic fashion related exhibitions over the years. Including last year's blockbuster glamour, onboard fashioned from Titanic the movie the estates current exhibition. Vanderbilt house party, the gilded age is particularly exciting and special because it highlights the clothes worn by the Vanderbilt family and their house guests, but perhaps not in the way, you might think station all levels of the house from the downstairs butlers kitchen and the swimming pool to eat a Fenerbahce bedroom. The garments are reproductions of those found in historical photographs of the vanderbilts their friends and their family and these samples were painstakingly researched. And then recreated by the Academy Award winning designer John bright and his incredible team at 'cause prop London the world's leading costume house for film, TV and theatre and at the invitation of Biltmore, I recently had the pleasure of attending the exhibition where I met with boat. Moore's curator of interpretation, Leslie Klingner, the woman responsible for giving guests a glimpse into the era in which the Vanderbilt family lived. And I am thrilled to welcome Leslie to the show. The show today. Leslie, welcome to trust. Leslie, thanks for joining us. It's my pleasure. Thanks so much for having me. I'm hoping you can tell our listeners a little bit about your job as curator of interpretation of Biltmore. Sure I'd pleased to so I have a really fascinating job. I'm in charge of working with our story at Biltmore and digging through archives. Learning more about the Vanderbilt family. The people who lived on the estate history of the time period and building stories and exhibitions that convey what life was like it. But were for our many guests. It's a very very fungi. Absolutely wonderful. And for those of us who might not know who was George Vanderbilt, a really interesting character. He is the youngest son of William Henry Vanderbilt. William Henry about was you know, one of the nineteenth century gilded age collectors and businessman. He had inherited a business. And quite a lot of wealth from his father, Cornelius. There's some people know him as the Commodore Vanderbilt who made his fortune in shipping and railroads his son. William Henry, George's father doubled that fortune went on to really build tremendous network of railroads across the United States and his children and many of his children followed in his footsteps now, George being the youngest of those kind of got in on the latter part of his father's life where he was an art collector building fabulous collection much, which is Metropolitan Museum and traveling abroad. And so he really helped sculpt George's interests in collecting in artists in rioting and dirge Vanderbilt went on to become really a well recognized intellectual and book collector print collector, and while he inherited his parents home in New York City. He built his dream house here in western North Carolina. And can you tell us a little bit about how he came to build? Biltmore? That's kind of a lovely story. Oh,
"vanderbilt" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Number eight Notre Dame with a commanding sixteen to three lead over Vanderbilt at Notre Dame stadium. Joel with you, right, Harris. Now rejoins the picture from south bend, Indiana. Ryan this has to be music to your ears. The rushing numbers for Notre Dame as a former offensive lineman twenty-seven carries one hundred sixty three yards on the ground. What are they doing? So well as the unit one there. Nations. They're being physical there. Joe? Also, they're doing it different ways. Chip long calling runs to the outside left outside right up the middle left up the middle, right? Also designed quarterback Ron to the best runner on the team. Brandon wimbush. So I love how long's calling this day making Vanderbilt decide what they're gonna do. But also the second to last drive there by the Irish they were able to go into a four receivers set and really open up that defense force Vanderbilt to bring on a smaller defender opening up the run game, especially the yards after contact for Jaffar Armstrong and Troy pride. Brandon wimbush kids pick up a rushing touchdown. It was a twelve yard touchdown run in the first quarter. I write to the second half for Notre Dame. Feed. Tony jones. Tony Jones continues to show. He's able to run the football feed him as much as possible. Sometimes you gotta go with the hot hand. But really defensively you gotta get a stop one. Stop and get the offense the ball. They score a touchdown. This game is almost in the bag there as it'd be now twenty four twenty three to three a very different game than sitting here at sixteen to three just under two scores for Vanderbilt to get back in this game against Notre Dame. High will the Notre Dame defense has been phenomenal. Once again, holding Vanderbilt twenty seven.
"vanderbilt" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I three Shurmur stands in fires inside the ten clock inside the five down to the three yard line goes Jared pick. Right down the seam clock stops at eight seconds left in the half its hosting goal from the three Jalen Elliott upset with himself out there. There'd be thirty seconds upset with himself. The almost could've had his third interception instead of making a play on the ball drop back to protect the goal on a tough game. A tough decision for a defendant to make to go for the past. And give up the end zone line. Protect the goal line fair. He fell onto his coaching protect the goal line. But he was upset with himself after that Paul Vanderbilt side and Ryan Jerry Pinkney the second leading receiver for the Commodores coming into this game. But he's been the choice on this ride. He has a pair of twenty six yard reception. Same route one signs down the right hash. More recently down the left hash. And this. What has set up I down and goal from the three yard line. Eight seconds left. Vanderbilt has one time out remaining. What a difference. This would make the feeling a couple of moments ago Notre Dame taking away a scoring opportunity. Putting together a field goal. Try to going up sixty nothing. A little different going to hats out of its sixteen seven eight seconds left. First and goal from the three. Shurmur three for five in this drive for sixty five yards ball plays right in the middle of the field on the three yard line. The shotgun. From a crossword has it stands in looks to the end zone. Oh, it was drops. Tennyson was crossing from Shurmur is right to his left and just dropped it at the goal line. Yeah. Tough play for as marble law. The follow the he came all the way from the right hand side Tennyson on a speed route almost like kind of that speed handoff right in front of the goal line. And you just didn't put his hand palms. Always have to face the ball. Never your thumbs ball calms, not thought south ended a half Tennyson. Wow. Van you get a kick a field goal. Three seconds left from twenty one yards out. Riley gay. Timeout Notre Dame. A real Notre Dame connection for Riley gay. Both peres. Notre Dame grads is father and his grandfather also play hockey here. He's a walk on chose the Commodores over the Irish. He would have gotten out with Justin you kicking field goals is setting in a surgeon. The third leading goal kicker in northern history. So good chance to see the field wrong school. God, paul. I was just leave those there. Yeah. Exit back to the field. Aimed defense. It's such a cliche. But it's exactly what we've seen these last couple Dr Ben but not gray a huge turnover. They forced the low he Gilman stripped of all the way from Tennyson on the last drive led to the touchback. If you're if you're Brian Brian Polian, you're saying you guys look out for the fake. This is prime fake territory for Vanderbilt. Twenty one yard field goal attempt to take zero off the Vanderbilt side of the scoreboard. Three seconds left. Until halftime snap poll. Kick his up. And the final play of the first half the first scoring play for the Vanderbilt Commodores. Two quarters in the books Notre Dame at leading Vanderbilt sixteen to three now. Let's go back to Joe Weil Internetwork studios for the halftime report. All right. Thanks, paul. What an all.
"vanderbilt" Discussed on The Sidelines with Evan Daniel
"But also it's very helpful. If you leave a rating and review, you can also shoot me a note over on Twitter. I would love to know what you think of the podcast might Twitter handle is at Evan Daniels. Now let's jump to that conversation with Vanderbilt head. Coach Bryce drew it's time to go with Evan Daniels, send it in big fella. Now it's welcome in the head coach of Vanderbilt basketball to the sidelines, seven Daniels podcasts, coach, brighter, how you doing. I'm doing great. It's great having to here and can't believe it's fall in Arlene conditioning star and getting ready for Fisher practice in. Yeah. Wh-what's your focus in mindset with your guys this time of year, you know, trying to build the foundation getting good shape, put in some basic principles, offense defense, and someone you know, practice time comes, we were good enough shape to get through long practices and and we have an idea. What we want to execute things you wanna do, what's there's been a lot of recruiting buzz over the past year with Vanderbilt basketball and obviously added five star players dairies carlin's shit to another top fifty guy air Naismith with that are the expectations heading into the season a little different. Definitely. You know, people really exciting around Nashville, Vanderbilt community, you know, a lot of optimism looking forward to the start of the season, you know, unfortunately. But also, fortunately, the SEC is really, really good this year, and you know it's very competitive and that we have a great class like our team a lot. There's a lot of really, really good teams that before five years ago, our team would have been looked a lot different than what it does now on the league to go with those three. You've just picked up to four star commitments in two thousand nineteen. And obviously you can't talk about them because they haven't signed. But I'm just curious when you walk into a living room with one of these kids, what's kind of your pitch, what's what you're recruiting? Angle to Vanderbilt Vanderbilt has so much to sell the academics sell itself being one of the top schools in the country, and then the conference, you know, sells itself. I think historically SEC's been perhaps the most dominant, you know, all around sports conference in the country. Basketball's had, you know, some some great great teams come through. But I think as she looked the last couple years of basketball is really caught up with the wrestling and other sports from top to bottom and get eight teams in the tournament last year. You know the second most of any conference in the country and probably have even more projected this year. You know, it speaks volume to where league's going from the men's basketball standpoint, how difficult do you think the lease and be this year? It's going to be hard in the last year. Last year was extremely difficult. Again, it was the best ever in the history top to bottom last year and on paper this you should even better. You bring in a guy dairies on that. I got to see quite a bit in high school. I've always been a pretty big fan of his game. We had him as a number one point guard coming in into college. What are your expectations with him and how is he looks? He's been on campus, these, these will. First of all these great young man, you know, he has a contagious smile. His personality just draws people in. They want to be around him in anyplace charisma, as you've seen them play, you know, you're, I just goes to him and you just anticipate what's the next thing is going to do when he has the ball, and even when he missed the shot or making makes mistake. Sometimes it just looks really good. How does it. And so I think he's going to bring a lot of energy to our program and there's no doubt that that he's a special player on some weight since he's been here, which is much needed, and he's worked on his shooting shooting evolve really well from from deep range..
"vanderbilt" Discussed on The Big 98
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